A Bill of Rights and principles for learning in the digital age
By staff and wire services reports
January 6th, 2014
The internet has made it possible for anyone on the planet to be a student, a teacher, and a creative collaborator at virtually no cost, EdSurge reports. Novel technologies that can catalyze learning are bubbling up in less time than it takes to read this sentence. Some have emerged from universities, some from the private sector, some from individuals and digital communities. In the past year, Massive Online Open Courseware, or MOOCs, have become the darling of the moment--lauded by the media, embraced by millions--so new, so promising in possibility, and yet so ripe for exploitation...